KAYSVILLE -- A Bountiful hospital, a Layton-based business-consulting company and a south Davis printing company have been named 2010 finalists for business of the year honors by the Davis Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber officials recently announced the list of finalists for the 2010 business awards.
Lakeview Hospital, Logistics Specialties and Carr Printing are the three finalist for business of the year.
The winners in several categories will be announced at the annual Chamber Business Awards banquet Jan. 21 at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, said Jim Smith, chamber president and CEO.
Smith said the chamber is celebrating its 10th anniversary as a combined countywide chamber.
The theme of the evening is "Celebrating a Legacy of Leadership," he said.
The annual business awards banquet will follow an Academy Awards-style presentation, with the winners being announced at the event, Smith said.
Employer of the year are Futura Industries, South Davis Community Hospital and Zions Bank.
Innovation Award finalists are Tomo Therapy Cancer Treatment Center at Davis Hospital and Medical Center, the Rocky Mountain Women's Center and Carr Printing.
New business of the year finalists are Cartridge World, Henry Walker Homes and Vie Gourmet.
Green Award finalists are the Davis School District, Utah Food Services and the Wasatch Integrated Waste Management District.
The chamber will be presenting the Legacy Award posthumously to Dan Eastman, a former Davis County businessman, lawmaker and school board member, and the new Chamber Choice Award to Dan Johnson with Chevron.
The public is invited to attend, but reservations are needed. For reservations, call 801-593-2200 or e-mail email@example.com.